Young Adults, Middle Adults, & Senior Adults
Parents' Sunday School, McCall, Parish House
The focus of this class is fellowship, support, and learning. Each week, the class uses one of the lessons you will hear in church as a starting point for discussions about family, life, and work. The class is led by parishioners and is designed for individuals who may have no prior knowledge of the lessons discussed.
Contact: Anne Green Buckner
Rector’s Forum, McKissick Refectory, Parish House
Episcopal 101 with the Rev. Dr. Harrison McLeod
Designed for Adults, Newcomers, and anyone preparing for Confirmation (including youth), this class will focus on all the basics of our faith. If you need a refresher course and wonder what we do and why we do it, how to read and interpret the Bible, and the purpose of our Sacraments, this class is for you.
Contact: The Rev. Dr. Harrison McLeod
NEW The Pit Stop, Graham Library, Parish House
Led by Elizabeth McKissick & Dorothy Nicholson
Perhaps your kids are close to or have already left the nest. Maybe you have lost one or both of your parents and you are wondering what's next. Imagine life as a racetrack with Jesus as the pace car. He says follow me, stay beside me. I will take you to the finish line. You have endured bumps, crashes, and losses along the way, and it's time for a Pit Stop. Welcome to Pit Stop where we will refuel with His Word, change our worn tires for new ones, and get back on the track of life refreshed and ready to follow the Holy "pacer", the Lord.
Faith Perspectives, Room 223, Parish House
This Sunday School class encourages lively, respectful discussions and debates over books that challenge our perspectives. This semester the group will discuss “The People’s History of Christianity” by Diana Butler Bass. Discussions are led by class participants.
Contact: Fran Taylor or Perry Gilreath
NEW Grief Journey (1st Sundays only) – Thomas Library, Parish House
Grief Journeys is a class designed to help navigate the grief process within a framework of faith. When we help each other, we also help ourselves grieve. The class will meet the first Sunday of the month and during the week at a time to be determined by the class. Any grief is appropriate to share. Contact: Annette Cook
NEW Life Transitions: Divorce Support (3rd Sundays only) - Thomas Library, Parish House
Divorce is a painful process with many necessary changes to our lives. We’ll support each other’s journey as we learn how to be more resilient and reliant on God. Contact: Annette Cook